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The Evolving Role of Business in Society: Toward a Sustainable Development Consensus

Long gone are the days of living in silos. In an increasingly interconnected world, the boundaries between public, private, and social domains are dissolving. Global megatrends in demography,...

Trump’s Twitter Engagement with North Korea: A Public Diplomacy Perspective

Muhsin Puthan Purayil analyzes Trump’s summit invitation to Kim Jong-un via Twitter through the lens of public diplomacy. Given the nature of U.S.-North Korea relations coupled with...

Are sanctions stopping us from achieving global climate goals?

With economic sanctions becoming an increasingly popular political tool, Alexander Rustler argues that more attention must be paid to these sanctions’ longstanding ramifications on the environment....

Brexit Matters for the United States

With the looming October 31 Brexit deadline, Desmond Lachman emphasizes the catastrophic implications of the UK's departure from the EU both for the US and the broader world economy. ...

"Greening Monetary Policy:" Central Banks in the Fight Against Climate Change

With the planet’s climate at risk, central banks have begun to consider monetary policy that may reduce environmental damage while simultaneously ensuring financial stability. By joining the fight...

Communal Violence, Social Media, and Elections in India

As the 2019 Indian general elections inch closer, Claire Teitelman takes a closer look at the role that social media and technology play in spreading information. The Indian general election is in...

Making Sense of the Brexit Mess

Tim Oliver unravels the issues underlying Brexit through the six I's: ignorance, influence, institutions, incoherence, identity, and isolation. Brexit has become British politics. For almost...

A Wall in Cyberspace

As Russia and China express intent to wall off Internet access, Matthew Flynn points to a long history of isolationism as an early sign of decline for great powers. He argues that, in a world...

Now or Never: A Steuer for the Future

The planet’s changing climate requires immediate and effective action. Most policies that address environmental concerns however are fiscally regressive and have encountered growing public discontent...

Be Wary of American Interest in Venezuela

Benjamin Moore argues that US recognition of Juan Guaidó as the Venezuelan president, an action in stark contrast with the Trump administration's typical anti-interventionist stance, should be...

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